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You’re dead on about the speed BackAlley. The owner said it’s geared for urban driving and mentioned 45 mph but I feel he was probably being generous. He drove it from Key West to KY when he first bought it and said it took three days. Yikes! I had intended to only drive it a few miles per day but now I’m open to leaving it stationary, just because of its tank-like qualities.
I’m with you Dr., my mind was racing a mile a minute thinking of the possibilities this thing offers.
I believe it’s 13’3″, Tony, so that’s an excellent point. Height was one of my first thoughts because I owned a 10-car hauler and that is something I always had to be diligent about. In my part of the country, 13’6″ is the legal max so I’m concerned that installing A/C is going to present problems.